Since Huckins was first launched in 1928, our yachts have been and continue to be as unique as the people for whom they are created. By designing and building yachts with our customers — not just for them — we champion individuality in a world that sees fewer examples every day.
But don't let Huckins' classic elegance give you the wrong impression. This is not your grandfather's yacht, and our high-performance hulls certainly aren't hewn from wood. Huckins has been utilizing fiberglass composite core construction for 40 years (initially AIREX® and today Corecell™), and we were one of the first powerboat builders to do so. All of our yachts are built from the most modern materials available to reduce weight, increase strength and maximize fuel efficiency.
A Huckins isn't for everyone, but we make no apologies. For those who appreciate uniqueness and custom craftsmanship, our yachts represent timeless elegance. Visions come to life. And dreams come true. Not to mention the lightest, sweetest-handling and fuel-stingiest yachts ever to put miles between you and the fuel dock.
Huckins' Heritage and Brand: Learn about the legendary Quadraconic® hull and the Sportsman 36.
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The term Sport Utility Vehicle hadn't been coined when Cortado was built in 1973, but at the time you couldn't have found a boat that more closely represented a marine SUV. As a modified version of their popular Ortega model, this 40-foot Sedan was ready for any activity. The design extended the house structure to increase the living space but left enough open cockpit for fishing or lounging. All of these features are on a hull form proven to handle serious coastal conditions.